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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgoergo‧er /ˈɡəʊə $ ˈɡoʊər/ noun [countable]  1 British English spoken old-fashionedSY a woman who often has sex with different men She’s a bit of a goer.2 (also -goer) used after words such as party, church, and theatre to form nouns that refer to people who regularly go to parties, church etc cinema-goers
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goerBy some estimates, as many as one caucus goer in four has yet to pick a candidate.But they will be in costume, and all party goers will have a chance to vote on the best disguise.The organisers had approval to sell two thousand tickets but some party goers believe there were more ravers than that.
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